Route 66: Season 2, Episode 28

There I Am - There I Always Am (4 May 1962)

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Tod and Buz are staying on Catalina Island, California beach, and enjoying the Winter there. When Tod goes on an errand to Avalon, Buz settles in for an enjoyable time but an irresponsible ... See full summary »

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Tod and Buz are staying on Catalina Island, California beach, and enjoying the Winter there. When Tod goes on an errand to Avalon, Buz settles in for an enjoyable time but an irresponsible woman creates a frenetic day for him. He must free her foot, caught in the shoreline rocks, before the engulfing tide comes in. Written by dubchi

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187 hours in 1962 Catalina
9 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

She is the jaded, beautiful damsel who doesn't care if she is in distress. He is her rescuer that can't quite close the deal.

After she bails on her party boat, swimming into Little Harbor with only her dress, attitude and a champagne bottle, our angel becomes entangled in tide-pool rocks below the high tide line.

All attempts at rescue fail until her not quite equally cynical friends come looking for her and rescue her with the anchor from the boat.

Draining the offered flask on the shore, she leaves with a parting line: I know you think you love me, but I am a train wreck, and not good enough for you: "There I am - there I always am."


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